Ziggy Marley wins the 2017 Grammy for Best Reggae Album
- Ziggy Marley won his 7th Grammy in 2017 for Best Reggae Album.
- This win at the 59th Awards Ceremony makes him the reggae artiste with the most Grammy’s in history.
- The eldest son of Bob Marley Marley won the award for his album entitled “Ziggy Marley” which was distributed under the Tuff Gong Worldwide label.
- Of his seven Grammy wins, three of those albums were won while he was a member of the band The Melody Makers and the rest he won as a solo artist. .
- This year other’s in the category included:
- Ziggy Marley self-titled album,
- J Boog’s Rose Petals,
- Raging Fyah’s Everlasting,
- Rebelution’s Falling Into Place,
- Devin Di Dakta & J.L.’s Reggae For Her — Sly and Robbie Presents Devin Di Dakta and JL,
- Soja’s Live in Virginia
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